THE SPRING BEGINS by Katherine Dunning

THE SPRING BEGINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A psychological novel of the English countryside through the interwoven stories of three lives, -- Maggie, a maid, Lottie, the nurse's assistant, and Hessie, governess of the Rectory children. To each comes the problem of passion and love -- each solves it in her own way. It could have been sensationally handled, but it isn't, and there is a quiet dignity in the atmosphere against which the drama is played. There is the element that your ultra-conservatives may not like, but the majority of your novel reading public will like it.

Pub Date: Jan. 2nd, 1934
Publisher: Dutton